Our Homeschool Scheduling Method

Looking for a homeschooling schedule method or other homeschool resources? Start here! Below I explain how we used offline and online homeschooling tools to educate our kids — both at home and on the road. Our Homeschooling Schedule Interest in homeschool resources spiked during the first few months of 2020, and with it came many […]

Largest Telescope in Japan – Bisei Astronomical Observatory, Okayama

When we ponder places like the Andromeda Galaxy or the stars in constellations, their distance from us is almost impossible to fathom. Even our own moon seems so far away, despite being one of the closest objects to our planet. The universe has fascinated humankind long before history began, and that fascination lives on in […]

Your Travel Reading List 2020 – Best Books About Travel or to Read While Traveling

Travel reading: are the best travel books on your reading list? Ask one hundred people for the best books about travel or to read while traveling. Chances are that you’ll get many different answers. Here’s our travel reading list.  Best Travel Reading  There are so many great books about travel that it’s hard to narrow […]

Best Educational Apps for Traveling Kids

What are the best homeschool apps and the best educational apps for travel? We’ve been asking ourselves this question since 2013, when we first left our desk jobs, pulled the kids out of school and started traveling. This meant we started using our laptops and other devices for education, navigation, accommodation and more. Best Educational […]

EER152: Putting Kids in Local Schools While Traveling

For some families on the road long-term, putting kids in local schools while traveling becomes an important component of the journey. No, I’m not talking about fancy (and often expensive) international schools, although those can be a good option for some. What I’m talking about are just the regular local schools of a city or […]

EER127: Adding Cultural Experiences to Family Travel

Cultural experiences make family travel richer. It could be taking a cooking class or celebrating a local holiday. Whatever it is, there’s something special about incorporating cultural experiences into family travel. Today I talk with Becky Morales from Kid World Citizen about cultural education and how to add cultural experiences to family travel. *** SAVE THE PIN […]

Cañada de la Virgen Pyramid Tour Review — San Miguel De Allende with Kids

Stones and sacrifices. Turquoise and tamales. These are just a few things you’ll read about in this Cañada de la Virgen pyramid & archaeological zone review. Cañada de la Virgen Pyramid Tour Review The Cañada de la Virgen pyramid & archaeological zone is just outside the beautiful central Mexican town of San Miguel de Allende. […]

EER060: The challenges and benefits of homeschooling and travel

Many can name some of the benefits of homeschooling. Jen Miller certainly can, but she’s also well aware of the trials and obstacles that present themselves face when one chooses an unconventional approach to education for their child. Add in four children and a life of full-time travel, and you can begin to imagine just how […]

EER055: Living in Panama and Moving to Mexico with Kids

Moving to Mexico. Living in Panama. A few years ago, these were just ideas for Dan Sherman and his family. Then in 2014, they left the United States to begin a life of living and traveling in Latin America. The plan was to live in Panama for two years and then return to the United States, but it didn’t […]

How to Earn Money while Traveling: Our Kids’ Experience

Kids can earn money in so many different ways. It’s a skill every parent should teach their children, but it wasn’t until we hit the road that I realized how challenging this would be for a nomadic family. I cut a lot of grass when I was young. It was punishing work, especially in the heat […]